Celette’s Naja Evolution 3D software directly takes measurements from OEM-provided 3-D CAD drawings. It provides technicians with unique views of the control points in relation to length, width and height, allowing an efficient damage analysis on a database of more than 14,000 vehicles.
Other capabilities include dual targeting, real vehicle imaging, diagnostics built on a 0.5-millimeter tolerance, and the ability to add your own symmetrical points of suspension parts, upper body, tail light openings, etc. The software is easy to update with direct access to Celette’s website and gives users individual storage space in the Celette cloud. This latest Naja 3D software is compatible with tablet computers, desktop computers and laptops.
“Celette is honored to have received such a prestigious award for its newest product at a highly recognized event like SEMA,” said a company spokesperson. “Celette looks forward to continuing to provide the industry with collision repair equipment that makes repairs as quick and accurate as possible.”